Question about Knowledge - William Rapaport responds

I've been reading Polanyi's book on Tacit Knowledge. Can anyone update me as to the current philosophical status or consensus on this concept, or the (I assume) related concept of intuition? Polanyi
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I've been reading Polanyi's book on Tacit Knowledge. Can anyone update me as to the current philosophical status or consensus on this concept, or the (I assume) related concept of intuition? Polanyi also argues that the existence of tacit knowledge dissolves the Meno paradox and supports some appeals to authority. Any update on the status of these views? Thanks! Response from: William Rapaport From a cognitive science perspective (as opposed to a purely philosophical perspective), you should take a look at Daniel Kahneman's book, Thinking Fast and SlowI have a bibliography on the topic (again from the cog sci perspective) hereHope this helps!

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